The Boston Red Sox (8-11) and Toronto Blue Jays (12-7) will battle on Thursday at Rogers Centre, starting at 3:07 PM ET. On the hill for the Blue Jays will be Alek Manoah (3-0), matched up against the Red Sox’s Garrett Whitlock (1-0). The Blue Jays are moderate favourites on the moneyline (-151) at home over the Red Sox (+129).
Blue Jays vs Red Sox Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Blue Jays vs Red Sox Probable Starting Pitchers
Alek Manoah (RHP)
Garrett Whitlock (RHP)
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Manoah’s team is 2-0 this season when he starts and is the favourite on the moneyline.
In seven of its past ten games, Toronto has competed as the favourite and has gone 6-1 in those matchups.
In their previous ten games with a total, the Blue Jays and their opponents cleared the over/under twice.
The Blue Jays have been favourites in 12 games this season and have come away with the win nine times (75%) in those contests.
Toronto has a 5-2 in contests where bookmakers favour them by -151 or better on the moneyline.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Blue Jays have a 60.2% chance of walking away with the win.
Red Sox Betting Tips
The Red Sox were named the moneyline underdog for one Whitlock start this season — they lost.
Boston has a 2-6 record across the eight games; it was the underdog on the moneyline in its last ten matchups.
In their last ten outings, the Red Sox and their opponents combined to go over the run total two times.
This season, the Red Sox have won 27.3% of the games as the moneyline underdog (3-8).
Boston is 1-4 (winning only 20% of its games) when playing as a moneyline underdog of +129 or longer.
Based on this contest’s moneyline, the Red Sox has an implied win probability of 43.7%.